electric locomotive

NOUN
  1. a locomotive that is powered by an electric motor
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How To Use electric locomotive In A Sentence

  • Currently in the open air, and unprotected from the tropical atmosphere, are four abandoned diesel electric locomotives, an oil tanker wagon, a steam crane and a General Electric pantograph power unit from 1924.
  • By 1970 Jamaica's railways had fourteen diesel-electric locomotives and only one steam locomotive was still in operation.
  • Union Pacific Railroad has ordered 315 diesel-electric locomotives designed to significantly decrease air emissions.
  • Needless to say such a constraint does not apply with electric locomotives.
  • You could hear the great diesel-electric locomotive miles away, just as you could hear its steam-powered predecessor clattering through the lowlands of the Hills of Clare.
  • The company has acquired new rolling stock like Chinese diesel-electric locomotives and fuel tankers.
  • Current electric locomotive temperature detection alarm system costs are high, the efficiency of the end.
  • Introduces the application of pronunciation, circuit to electric locomotive automatic switch in mine.
  • But now it's your cue to say there's an accountant with a speech impediment on the other side of the room with whom you are eager to discuss the history of diesel-electric locomotives on the former British Railways Western Region.
  • Thanks to them I found out the exact milepost of the point where electric locomotives would be exchanged for steam ones back in the early 1900s, when many long distance trains ran through the Mount-Royal tunnel.
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